Well not said, they will as prophecy said they would. I have a second question. Suppose the Norse gods are spiritual. A few books say that the end also known as ragnoroke will come and bring the end. If the gods are spiritual how will the end come about? It can't happen physically if they are a spiritual force.
By: Personified Moderator / Knowledgeable Oct 20, 2014
Post # 3
1) A lot of Heathens tend to mix deities all the time that don't always particularly get along. It's okay to do this, typically. But you should likely ask the deities beforehand how they feel about it, or try to divine the answer. Some deities are great at handling each other, others are not. For instance, ,mixing Skadhi and Loki is bound to lead to trouble in some cases.
2) A lot of Heathens don't tend to view Ragnarok as a literal thing that happens- more a symbolic one. But a lot of Heathens also don't view time as a linear thing either. So some people believe that Ragnarok is happening right now, has already happened and will happen. The Gods live outside our perception of time and whatnot. Either way, I wouldn't worry about it.
By: Brysing Moderator / Adept Oct 20, 2014
Post # 5
Here in England, we get a lot of the Norse stories and myths handed down from the Vikings. Fenrir,the son of Loki, according to the myth, became Ragnarok when he finally got free of his chains, and will eventually devour the Earth! A lot of Pagans in the north of England spell the name Finrir; pronounced Fin Reer.